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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1932)
State ; Campaign, is Active
' But Lacks Fire due to ' " '
- National Contest
- -V V (C6nttnu) from '.png - J -
avoir edly "dry" -''candidates' easily
.wept the -: field In the Marion
bounty primary campaign for tne
legislature. The . ame : . leagie
which was active then la busy now
and while It encounters consider
able opposition, to Hoover, one of
Its responsible ; leaden said - this
week that fully 9 0 per cent of tha
ieu& ory roie m mis county
would be for Hoover.
Bvsiaesa Interests 'i - .-
Swinging to Hoover
The business - Interests about
the-valley are steadily swinging
t,: to Hoover. One traveling man who
called ' on CO hardware stores In
the last three weeks In western
' Oregon and Washington, reported
- aUast unanimity of dealers', view
points on the necessity for return
ing Hoover to offieev Many chang
es In viewpoint had been reported
In the last two weeks. . - ; ,
The hope of the democrats in
this state and In the nation Is to
appeal to the great mass if dis-
satisfied . men and. women met
. with a specific program of better
Bent for. the democratic program
of Improvement has been sketchy
and ambigious. Norman Thomas
aptly characterised the democrat
ic program, as-he saw it. as one
t a single plank: "We want to
. change officers and install our
party In power."
- Great Industries like the lumber
trade and the paper mill Industry
which need, a protective tariff,
even more protection, are trying
lard In the closing days to "seH."
workers on the necessity of op
posing a free-trading policy advo-
this leadership can plow Its mes
sage into the worklngman is con
jecture. The Literary Digest poll Is be
ing used as political capital here
and in the nation. Republicans dis
count it on two grounds:!) the
cant number of votes etaken and
(1) the fact that many votes have
changed since the poll was made.
No ardent democrat even suggests
that the two-to-one ratio of Roose
velt In Oregon in that '-poll will be
had Jn the election. ..
The state registration, nearly
' completed, shows the largest num
ber of voters ever registered in
Oregon with the democratic party
making- its greatest gams, al
though only a slightly larger gain
than the republicans. The demo
crat percentage. of gain has been
considerably .larger. At best the
republican party will go to the
polls In this state, leading approxi
mately two to one-in registered
votes. A tremendous-disaffection
will be needed to put the state in
the Roosevelt column.: .. .. ...
The republican central -committee
will open its strenuous cam
paign' ever the state this week;
the Hoover-Cartisclub win start
a series of state broadcasts Octo -
fcer II. -Gorernor Meier is expect -
cd to make at least one speech for 1
Hoover oyer the air.
Oregon republicans are. hoping
that President Hoover will decide
upon a last-minute trip across the
continent, ending with a speech in
San, Francisco and a vote at his
3iome la Palo Alto. They think
such an appeal might safely, put
the coast and a portion Of the west
Into' his group of states. New Eng-
)and seems solid for the president
with New York rapidly lining up?
Betting whltfb, at first -was 'two 1
$o one for Roosevelt to carry Ore- 1
con la -.tempering down and only
vea jnoney could be found in Sa- i
Jem. yesterday.., Odds vrere1 being
offered on Roosevelt .o"-earry the
featlon, one Salem man-rxsportlag
lie had $ 1 0 0 0 to wage3f aiast
SCO ea the democTSf'.pnttnee'a
; -Mark is Report
The. 110.000 mark has been
yassed In. the T. U. C A. enroll
ment drive, with $514.60 reported
tor the. day's canvassing, at the
noon luncheon of teams at the T.
yesterday. C A. Sprague's : team
took the honors for the day with
f 241 reported.
.Teams , will meet again at noon
Monday, and It Is urgently . re
quested that all members be pres
ent A mark of $16,000 has been
set as the goal for the year and
It is wished to obtain this total
s soon as possible.
Independence Girl '
I Awarded Loving
? U Trophy at Dallas
'INDEPENDENCE, Oct. S..
Leaere Frederlckson - and - her
- sn other. Mrs. Oscar Frederieksoa.
were taemests of the Dalla Ki-
wanls club Friday, when tae Ki-
wanla loving' cup twa, presented
to - Lenore in -recognition of her
outstanding work in county 4-H
- club work. County Superintendent
Wills presented- the cup compli
menting Lenore on her excellent
..work this year. .:-;v:' ."
The cup is hers for. one year, If
' the girl should win it three years
la succession It will remaffftn her
possession permanently, -
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OBSERVE ; BIRTHDAY . :
WOODBURN, Oct.-l2 Mrs. J.
H.. Llvesay was ; Invited to the
,. horn of Mrs. W. J. Wilson upon
- arrival . . found ' old 1 friends and
schoolmates : assembled to ..help'
' eelebrate her blrthdayThe after-
soon was very pleasantly spent la
Jewing and sociability.. Dainty re
reshments were served. '
' Too Late to Classify
flood rm. house, newly decorated.
foublt garss partly furnished If S-
: lrJ, raaaonabta, MX N., Capitol. . ClQ
punoar m.- -. -- - v
. . Nt mAilrn-B mil . ntMratl!' L.
' firu. jot tmurnlshd. Mnt e to
. yiTl. ITIOW. f IWUl 1114.
. WEST SALEM. Oct. 22-Mrs.
Larry "Filslnger, tn the Deaconess
hospital in Salem, -was given a
blood transfusion Thursday, her
husband giving the blood,, and on
Friday ; was ; slightly -Improved.
Her mother, Mrs. : C. A Small "of
Alsea and her brother, Frederick
Small of Portland have been vis
iting; here so as to be near her
bedside. They were guests at the
E. N. Filslnger home during their
stay here. - ;.: - . .
Members of - the Ladies' Aid 'so
ciety attending the sub . district
rally of M By church . ladles' or
ganizations held all day. Thursday
at Dallas Included Mesdames C.
R. Brown, William La Due, Em
mett Dickson, Elmer. RIerson, B.
A. Shcff, Roy Flaster, George La-
throp. John Evans, Martha RIer
i0n. j0hn R. Bedford. W. D. Phil-
lips. Charles L. Dark and Rev. C.
L. Dark. In the forenoon the roll
call of societies with their activi
ties occupied the time r and the
Stayton group won the prize for
highest attendance. At the noon
hour a potluck luncheon -was
served.' :- ... -';.;:-';.
. ' Rally at Church Here
Mrs. Linfoot of Leslie chureh
led the devotionals In the after
noon and announcements were to
the effect that In six months the
next of these-rallies will be held
at the First M. E. church la Sa
lem.. Over 100 were present.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Maynard
with- their sons. Wilson,- Earl,
Glenn and Morris,- from out .the
Garden Road moved Friday to
Franklin avenue, and Senate street
In West Salem.
Mrs. L. J. Wallace had the mis
SPONSORS BIG FI
Made Addresses; Prizes
VICTOR POINT. Oct. it.
Union Hill, grange held Its nation
al Boosters' day program in con
nection with its second annual
community fair at the grange hall
Friday night. A short meeting was
held for necessary business, chief
of wnich was the appointment of
committees for the next quarterly
At the close of the business fiss
ion the meeting was opened to the
public and an interesting program
was presented by Mrs. Vera Scott,
lecturer. Speakers were Arthur
Brown, state deputy, who talked
on the history of the grange; Mrs.
Hannah Martin and Judge L.-H.
McMahan of 8alem and Judge L.
G. Lewelling of Albany. The latter
three talked on present conditions,
the political -situation and ex
plained measures which are to
be voted on at the November elecr
tion. Mrsr W. F. Krens sang, ac-
comnanled by Mrs. Gertrude Cam
eron of Silverton, and Mary Butler.
rave a clever feature dance to
i violin music played by her father,
Over 160 persons attended the
meeting. There was an especially
fine display of farm products and
canned . goods and . In addition
there was a flower and ' textile
department which included an in
teresting . collection of antiques,
fancy work and quilts, an art ex
hibit and the articles -made from
flour and sugar sacks' entered in a
contest for a special prize by tne
I Home Economics clh.
In the general farm, exhibit, C
E. . Mcrley, J. S. Stelnberger re
ceived first, second and. third
Following is the list of exhiblU
with the names of prize winners:
Grain J. O. Darby first. Char
les Morley second, John Stelnber
ger third. Corn Noah-Hunt first.
Arlo Mnmphreys second, - J. o.
Darbv third. : '" i
Canned goods Mrs. Charles
Morley flst, Mrs. W. II. Tate sec
ond. Mrs. John Stelnberger third.
Potted plants Mrs. Charles Mor
ley first, Mrs. Verna scott secona,
Mra W. M. Tale third. PoUtoes
Noah Hunt first, John Stelnberger
second, Charles Morley third. Ap
"nles Charles Morley first, O. W.
Hamshreys . second. Winnie .Tate
third. Waftiuts-r-Ralph, Egaa first.
Mrs. Phillip Fischer second.; :
; In, the textiles display the rib
bons, were awarded as follows:
Quilt Miss Letha Bell GUmour
first," Mrs. Frank Heater second,
Mrs. Elmer Morley third. Bed
snread Mrs. . Will Rabens first.
' Pillow cases Mrs. Elmer Mor
ley. first, Mrs: Mae Mulkey second,
Mrs. . Vema Scott third. Dresser
scarf Mrs. J. 1A Rohl first; Mrs.
VaalMnlkev second. Mrs. C. E.
Morley third.: Batk towel Mrs.
Gay Butler, first, second, third.
Handle with care V-'
: that's; the ticket We
care for :your goods as
: if they were- .our own :"
' property."' Safe, trust
. worthy and speedy :-
that's" us', . V , , -
PI """ ""'M
ap - j - l
n - ' . . . - rl
fortune to slip, falling and Break-.
ing both bones near the ankle, or
Just above, on the school grounds
Thursday night. ;;.'.
Guests recently entertained at
the E. N. Filslnger home Included
Mr. " Filsinger's sister and 'hus
band. Mr. and Mrs. George Sher
er, from Baltimore, Maryland,
visiting now at Vancouver, Wn
and fcer brother. F. v Sisler, ..who
motored herevwith their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Filslnger for a
family reunion, and Mrs.; Filsing
er's sister and daughters,' Mes
dames Joe E. Scmltt, George
Beam and Lester Hunting, and Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Barney and daugh
ters,' Hazel, and Leone. The Bar
neys were :here for onjy a few
days, and the entire group were
ffrora Vancouver, . Wn.
' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Moore and
family, son of F. Martin Moore of
West Salem, are moving from Air-
lie to a place near Stayton. ;
' Mrs. ; Frank P. Wells made
trip to Portland early Saturday
morning to be with a sister, who
will undergo a surgical operation
In the Metropolis within a few
days. Other West Salemitea going
to Portland for. brief Tisits this
week lnelude Mr.- and Mrs. Em-
mett A. Dickson, E. N. .Filslnger
and John Frlesen. - " --
The Woman's Foreign -Mission
ary society will meet for their
regular monthly meeting at the
parsonage' next Wednesday aft
ernoon with Mrs. C. L. Dark, host
ess. Mrs. -Floyd De Lapp, school
clerk, was taking the West Salem
public school censua enumeration
Luncheon sets Mrs. Frank
H enter first, second, third. Cen
terpiece , Mrs. - Philip Fischer
first, Mrs. Elmer Morley second.
Mrs. W. M. Tate third. Table run
ner Mrs. Mae Mulkey first.-Mrs.
VernS Scott second, Mrs. W. M.
Tate third.'. Pillows Mrs. Arthur
Mulkey first. Miss Flodine Heater
Mrs. Phillip Fischer woa
prise for fancy work.
In the art exhibit Miss Flodlae
Heater -won all the ribbons and
In the flower department rib
bons were given as follows: Mrs
J. C. Krens first, Mrs. Phillip
Fischer second and third.
In the flour and sugar sack, rib
bons were awarded as fellows:
Mrs. Harley Scott first, Mrs. WJ
F. Krens second. Mrs. Will Ha
beas third. The first two received
the Home Economics club prizes.
of c i:i u rm' gather
(Continued from pas 1)
explained his efforts at saving
public money through close con
trol of expenses, especially In
L. G. Lewelling of Albany,
candidate for . eircuit Judge
though stating he - was a candi
date for a aon-partlsan office,
appealed to the committeemen
'of my own party" for endorse
ment in his campaign, saying he
would not have accepted the ap
pointment to succeed Judge Hill
had he anticipated opposition.
resolution of endorsement pre
sented by Dr. Pound was adopted
L H. Van Winkle, attorney
general, W. H. Trlndle, candidate
for district attorney, and Oscar
Bower, county sheriff, spoke
briefly In their own behalf.
Monkeys Do Not Need Lumber
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'Manufacturers ef -
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Four. of new Faculty Mem
bers at Monmouth Come
From Ashland School -
1 MONMOUTH, Oct. -11. N Ten
new Instructors have been added
to the faculty of the Oregon Nor
mal school and began their, duties
with the fall term, as members of
the. regular staff."
Miss . Helen- C. Anderson, the
new dean of . women,, came from
Southern Oregon Normal school,
at Ashland where since 1126,
when that school . opened , she
served as dean of women. , Miss
Anderson attended the University
of California and the University
of Oregon. She is also an Instruc
tor In the department of English
here; ' . ,....'-v -t ' 'V . ":--:
Dr.. Edawrd L. Barrows from
Brattleboro. Vt.. Is the new mem
ber of the biology department. He
has a - master of arts degree In
English form " Harvard, and re
ceived a Ph. D. In biology In 1932
from . Brown university. ,
Miss Elolse Buck, also from the
Southern Oregon NormaL Is an
other new Instructor In the Eng
lish department; Miss Buck studi
ed at - the . University -of Oregon,
and received her master -of arts
degree from Wellesley. -
Dr. Verne V. Caldwell. of . the
psychology department, was aa
Instructor In the Southern Oregon
Normal for five years. He has his
master's degree from the Univer-r
slty of Idaho, where he also had
done undergraduate work. His
doctor's degree was earned at the
University of Southern California.
In the health department Is
Miss Alleen Dyer, a registered
nurse with much practical exper
ience. She was graduated from the
Illinois Women's college, and re
ceived her training at the Passa-
vant Memorial hospital in Illinois.
Miss Dyer also has a bachelor of
science degree from the Univer
sity of Oregon and through her
work in Portland, at the school
of social work has earned her pub
lic health nursing certificate.
Dr. Stephen - B. Jones, of the
geography department, has been
a member of the faculties of the
Kansas State Teachers college,
Lehigh university aad the Univer
slty of Pennsylvania. He received
his master of arts degree and his
Ph. D. at Harvard. .
Miss Mildred Lelghton. Is the
new assistant to Pearl Eyre, su
pervising teacher at Oak Point.
She Is a graduate of Oregon Nor
mal and of Willamette university,
Miss Anne Nelll, a primary su
pervlsor in the education depart
ment, comes from White Lake,
Wis. She held the position of ele
mentary supervisor for the state
board of education In Connecticut
for five years. Miss Nelll earned
her master of arts degee at Teach
ers' college, Columbia university.
Dr. Elmer Pendell, of the his
tory and sociology department,
has been an associate professor
at the University of Oregon, where
he received. his .bachelor of sci
ence degree. His master of. arts
degree was xonferred on him by
the University of Chicago, and his
Ph. D. by Cornell.
Miss Clara. Augusta Trotter, the
on the Special
Sunday 50c Dinner
Trees in Origind State
If you intend to build or
remodel call on us for your -:
Lumber and BnDdlng
materials . . . :
i i a uwucr a
new supervisor of training schools
was formerly with the Southern
Oregon Normal school, where for
six years aha was supervisor of
Intermediate; grades and Instruc
tor in education. Prlo to that she
was at- the State Teaehers-roIleT
as Oshkosh,. Wis forlO years.
Miss Trotter completed her under
graduate and' graduate work at
Teachers' college Columbia, uni
versity, vwhere she- received her
bachelor of science and her master
of arts degrees. In 'addition to
these she holds the Yeachers col
lege special diploma, as supervisor-
and. the .special .dlnloma ' as
teiacher of education.;, ; - .
Her Husband l&js She Looks
Five Years Younger f;--There
is a certain1. weight at
which every ; woman looks her
loveliest not skinny underweight
nor. pendulous, overweight.- out
normal weight. We find artists,
doctors,- theatrical producers '(and.
husbands! all agreed upon this
point. -My husband says I look
five years .younger," - writer this
lady ret 29 - who thanks to. her
dally dosoof.Kruschen Baits has
unburdened . her . body -' of 18
pounds of ugly fat, Head her let
ter: "T" '-..;- - v 7
"Having beard from a friend of
mine that- ahe lost "considerable
weight since - taking . Kruschea
Salts, I started -using them' In
July last when I weighed 177 lbs.
I -have lost weight steadily since
then, and am" now 169 lbs. my
normal weight.1 'Moreover, I feel
brighter aad more energetic in ev
VI have Inquired of my dress
maker my measurements which in
August last " were bust 49; hips
43 waist 33V& inches which Is
normal for my height, which is f
ft. 8 In. My age is 29. My husband
is a very severe critic. He says I
look five years younger There Is
no other reason for - my. Josso
weight except Kruschen as I do
not take any particular diet."
( Mrs.) R.T Eondon.-EnglandV"-A
bottle of Kruschen Salts that
will last four weeks.: costs bat. a
trifle ; take, as directed every
morning. When the Jar is empty
f get on- the scales -and-see -how-
many pounds you have lost. At
tention to diet will help' cut
down on pastry and fatty meats-
go light on potatoes, butter, cream
and sugar -t
But remember thlsr to take off
fat harmlessly and SAFELY be
sure for your health's sake that
you ask for and get Kruschea
Salts. Get them at Perry's Drug
Store, Capital Drug Store, or any
drugstore la the world and If the
results one bottle brings do not
delight yosF do not Joyfully sat
isfy yon why money back. Adv.
Lost Ugjy Fat
Sale Continues. All This Week in Our Exclusive" '
We have searched through the' lines of numerous bag manufacturers to find the most
attractive materials' frames, patterns, linings. Even the smallest detail is taken into
consideration to insure our patrons the most outstanding line of bags shown in Salem.
Our ever increasing business convinces us that we have achieved this end. New we are
going to build up a large volume and the. only way to do this is to make the prices so
attractive that we will secure more' custom era;
COME AND SEE THESE EXCLUSIV E BAGS PRICED NO HIGHER THAN
; THE COMMON RUN OF ORDINARY MERCHANDISE
The Newiilk and
one of our selections
the new coats
. f '
We are proud of
and lpok whether you ar la the market or not.
If you axe ft o i n to need
tifea soon, we suggest you
?yj- t5et them now. -! ' -;
.Tire prices have already !
'fione up slightly, but they
, do not yet fully reflect re-;
'cent Increases In the cost )
-'-r-'.of raw materials. j
In the Goodrich Comman
der Tire, we still offer car
owners a greatYpportunlty
; to reduce car operating
Here's a low-priced tire
you can buy with confi
dence. For it carries the
tume of a tnanufacturer
whose products hare set
the standard of quality in
the '-rubber b usiness for
back straps, stainless - steel
chains and top handles, these
are exclusive to our 'department
our baff department
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Cotton is Up!
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of the higher quality and better
. made1 than ;usualrjy sold at
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